Samsung Galaxy S10 keeps Rebooting Randomly at night, Constant and random reboots are more frequently produced by some firmware-related problem or there is an issue with the hardware. But for a brand new device like Samsung Galaxy S10, the issue related to hardware is not possible.
In this article, I will share tricks that will fix the Samsung Galaxy S10 that keeps rebooting randomly. For a brand new device to be performing like this, it is either a small issue and can efficiently solve or it could be a manufacturing defect. So if you are the users of this flagship and are facing similar kinds of issues, then continue to read this article.
Fix Samsung Galaxy S10 Keeps Rebooting Randomly at Night
Trick 1: Force Restart your Samsung Galaxy S10
For small problems, a reboot is generally enough to solve them but after all, we don’t know the reason why the device randomly reboots. So the force restart is the most effective trick to solve at initial. Unfortunately, S10 doesn’t have a removable battery, otherwise, it would be easy for you to take out the battery and clean it.
- Hold on the Volume Low Button and the Power Button together for 10-15 seconds.
Check if the device performs well after force reboot or not. Yet the device doesn’t perform well then move further to the next trick.
Trick 2: Run Phone in Safe Mode and Uninstall Corrupted Applications
Rebooting Samsung Galaxy S10 in safe mode won’t solve the issue but you would notice if the issue is created by a third-party app. For example, if your Samsung Galaxy S10 run without any glitch in safe mode. Then, the third-party app or app you have downloaded from the Google Play store is the reason behind the problem. You need to search that app and delete it.
How can I run Samsung Galaxy S10 in Safe Mode?
- Switch off the Phone.
- Hold ON the Power Button until the model name screen is featured on the screen.
- When SAMSUNG is featured on the screen, free the Power keys.
- Instantly after freeing the Power Button, hold on the Volume Low Button.
- Carry on to the press and hold the Volume Low Button until Samsung Galaxy S10 finishes the restarting process.
- When a Safe Mode is featured on the left bottom corner of the screen, free the Volume Low Button.
How can I uninstall an app from Samsung Galaxy S10?
- From the Main Screen, scroll up on the blank spot to open App Menu.
- Hit Settings.
- Tap Apps.
- Hit the desired app in the list.
- To feature pre-installed apps, select Menu.
- Tap Show System Apps.
- Select Uninstall.
- Tap OK.
After this procedure, still the device reboots in safe mode, then go further to the next procedure.
Trick 3: Wipe Cache Partition
This clears the system cache constructed by your Samsung Galaxy S10. You need to perform this because something has got corrupted for some reason. The cache which is corrupted will always lead to performance problem like this. If you don’t know how to perform it, then follow the given below steps.
How can I perform Wipe Cache Partition on Samsung Galaxy S10?
- Switch off the device.
- Hold on the Volume High Button and the Bixby Button, then hold on the Power Button.
- When Android Symbol is featured, free all the buttons.
- Hold on the Volume Low Button for several times to appear Wipe Cache Partition.
- Press the Power Button to select the given option.
- Press the Volume Low Key to highlight YES.
- When the Wipe Cache Partition is finished, Reboot System Now is appeared.
- Hold the Power Button to restart the Samsung Galaxy S10.
- After this procedure, the problem continues on your Samsung Galaxy S10 then go to the next procedure.
Trick 4: Perform the Master Reset
At this stage, a reset is a need. It will solve all the firmware problems and some small hardware issues. Apart from that, it prepares your Samsung Galaxy S10 for a feasible way to the store as it vanishes all your information, files, and data. Backup all your important data and then disable the Factory Reset Protection by discarding the Google account. After this follow the given below steps.
How can I perform the Master Reset on Samsung Galaxy S10?
- Switch off the device
- Hold on the Volume High Key and the Bixby Button, the Press the Power Button.
- Hold on the Volume Low Button for many times to featured ‘Wipe Data/ Factory Reset’.
- Press the Power Button to select the given options.
- Navigate using Volume Low Button until ‘Yes Delete All User Data’ is highlighted.
- Press the Power Key to choose and begin the Master reset.
- Press the Power Button to restart the Samsung Galaxy S10.
I hope, these tricks will fix your Samsung Galaxy S10 that Keeps rebooting randomly overnight.